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Friday, January 17, 2003
Markets (Jan. 16)
BL 2501134.14 (+4.43)
BSE Sensex3373.52 (+38.17)
S&P CNX Nifty1088.35 (+9.40)
Dollar (Buy/Sell)47.90/48.03
Gold Std (10 gm)5680 (-30)

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Special bonds to bring Rs 700 cr into UTI
WITH hardly a fortnight to go for the "appointed day", when Unit Trust of India's formal split takes effect, the Government has infused an additional Rs 700 crore to help the beleaguered institution to bridge the deficit in its assured return ... More

Sponsors may not be allowed common directors on UTI-II
A CHINESE wall is to be erected between UTI-II, the NAV-based part of the bifurcated UTI, and the four sponsoring financial institutions in order to insulate the functioning of the bifurcated mutual fund from any influence of the sponsors who ... More

TECHNICAL ANALYSIS


Restricted movement
FOR the third successive trading day, the stock prices moved within a close band. Neither the bulls nor the bears could gain from the day's trading. The market sentiment reading of the tradable counters stands neutral. Bull domination on Friday ... More

STOCK MARKETS


BHEL rises on order hopes
BHARAT Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) has been attracting large institutional interest over the last few days. The increased interest has been attributed to the company bagging an order much bigger than what it gets regularly. Institutional ... More

Value buying seen in Arvind Mills
THE Arvind Mills stock saw significant volumes and decent rise in prices on the exchanges just two days before the scheduled announcement of Q3 results. The stock had witnessed a sharp spurt in volumes and prices in the third week of November. ... More

Heavy trading in Bombay Dyeing
THE stock of Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Company gained along with sharp increase in trading volumes on reports that the company was open to the induction of a foreign partner. Dealers said the report had triggered interest in the stock in ... More

DERIVATIVES MARKETS


Nifty: Buy Jan 1090 puts
THE following strategy is based on Thursday's trading in the derivatives segment on the NSE: Index option: The outlook on the Nifty spot index is negative. One factor that suggest as much is the sharp increase in put implied-volatility ... More

REGULATORY BODIES & RULINGS


Zee Tele share deal with CSFB hits SEBI hurdle — FIPB asked to withhold nod
While the Reserve Bank of India has reportedly cleared the proposal, it needs FIPB approval as it involves change of ownership of equity. More

COMMENTARY


Ranbaxy lifts spirit for pharma stocks
BUYING in stocks of pharma, banking and two-wheeler companies ensured that the benchmark BSE Sensex ended the day in positive territory for the third consecutive day. Encouraging quarterly results declared by companies in the aforementioned three ... More
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